A Houston woman faces five citations after a traffic stop by local police.

The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:

•Michael A. Wilder, 24, of 12542 River Access Drive in Licking, was issued a citation for stealing under $500 after allegedly shoplifting cough medicine from Walmart on Oct. 28.

•Billy Jo Goodwin, 39, of 713 W. Chestnut St. in Houston, was issued a citation for stealing under $500 after allegedly shoplifting a pair of shoes from Walmart on Oct. 29.

•Lynn K. Cancel, 27, of 110 Elm St. in Houston, was cited for disturbance of public peace after allegedly threatening a woman in the Walmart parking lot at about 5:50 p.m. Oct. 25.

•An officer was dispatched at about 5 p.m. Oct. 26 regarding a domestic dispute at a Dooley Street residence.

Upon arrival, the officer observed that most of the windows in the home were broken out. A 20-year-old man who lives there told the officer a 34-year-old woman had broken them during an argument and left.

While the officer was still there, the woman returned and admitted to breaking the windows. The officer advised the two of the 12-hour rule.

•Leighann M. McGaughey, 17, of 6177 Highway 137 in Yukon, was issued a citation for third-degree assault after allegedly assaulting an 18-year-old girl and pulling hair out of her head during a dispute at an Oak Crest Drive residence. McGaughey received a similar citation a week earlier after an incident involving the same two teens.

•Amie J. Stokes, 37, of 115 S. Oak Crest Drive in Houston, was issued five citations after a traffic stop on U.S. 63 at about 9:10 p.m. Oct. 29.

An officer made the stop after observing a white Chevrolet Lumina moving erratically. After making contact with the driver, the officer smelled alcohol and field sobriety rests were conducted. Stokes was cited for driving while intoxicated, driving while suspended, endangering the welfare of a child, failure to register a motor vehicle and no insurance.

She was taken to the Texas County Jail and held for six hours.

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